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Guards are the common enemies found within the Sly Cooper series. They will often work for the local boss; though in some cases, like in Episode 2 of Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, or with Inspector Carmelita Fox, they may just be a force in the area that sees the Cooper Gang as an enemy.

There are four types of guards in the Sly Cooper series.

  • Rooftop guards are the most common type of guard. Like their name suggests, these are the guards that are stationed on top of roofs, though they can occasionally be found on street-level.
  • Flashlight guards are the second most common type of guard. They can only be found patrolling the streets, and are much stronger, and therefore more dangerous, than their rooftop counterparts.
    • Inspector Carmelita Fox is a special flashlight guard, but has a much larger patrol range, and cannot be taken out without the use of a glitch.
  • Guards are the non-flashlight guards found in Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, and are functionally identical to rooftop guards.

TypesEdit

Sly Cooper and the Thievius RaccoonusEdit

Guards found in Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus are either of the normal "guard" variety, or flashlight guards. Normal guards are mostly stationary, except in rare cases where they will pursue Sly Cooper in order to attack him. Flashlight guards can also be stationary, though they will often travel in a small circle. They only attack Sly if he enters their flashlight range, and only if he is on the ground (if Sly is aerial while in the flashlight range, the guard will not see him), after which they will fire a homing shot that is very accurate, only missing if somehow it hits an object. The homing shots also has their own AI, and any remaining shots that are in the air after a Decoy is destroyed can turn and fly at Sly. After collecting a page of the Thievius Raccoonus containing notes on Bruce O'Coop's Computer Hacking Technique, Sly will be able to see through his Binocucom to see the English and Latin names of the guards, as well as their hobbies.

Welsh TriangleEdit

Mesa CityEdit

HaitiEdit

See: Haiti

ChinaEdit

Krakarov VolcanoEdit

Sly 2: Band of ThievesEdit

Most guards found in Sly 2: Band of Thieves are either rooftop guards, flashlight guards, and on one occasion, Carmelita Fox. The rooftop guards can be either stationary or have small patrol routes on the roof that they are stationed on. They occasionally can be found on street-level. If a rooftop guard spots a member of the Cooper Gang, they will immediately attack, and pursue if the player runs. Some rooftop guards can call to other guards, alerting them of the player's presence. If the player goes somewhere that a guard can't, rooftop guards will throw small stones at them, which will slightly injure the player in most versions of the game. Flashlight guards will patrol around the city and will only attack and pursue the player if they enter the guard's flashlight range. Flashlight guards are very accurate with their shots, and have a close-range attack, making them very dangerous. The patrol guard, Inspector Carmelita Fox, appears only in He Who Tames the Iron Horse. She acts similar to the flashlight guards, though her patrol route is much larger. She is also much less accurate than the flashlight guards, and cannot be taken out.

Cairo, EgyptEdit

ParisEdit

IndiaEdit

PragueEdit

CanadaEdit

Arpeggio's BlimpEdit

Sly 3: Honor Among ThievesEdit

Guards found in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves are similar to the guards in Sly 2: Band of Thieves, with minor differences to the way they act. Flashlight guards, for example, no longer get knocked back every time they get hit. Rooftop guards can also dodge attacks by jumping.

VeniceEdit

See: Venice

Australian OutbackEdit

HollandEdit

ChinaEdit

Blood Bath BayEdit

Kaine IslandEdit

Sly Cooper: Thieves in TimeEdit

Guards found in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time are similar to the guards in Sly 2: Band of Thieves and Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves.

ParisEdit

Feudal JapanEdit

Cotton Mouth BluffEdit

Gungathal ValleyEdit

Medieval EnglandEdit

Ancient ArabiaEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In Sly 2 all the second rooftop guards seem to have reused animations, except in the last episode, where there is only one type of rooftop guard. 
  • In the bonus commentary for "A Rocky Start," one of the designers and animators said he had pet names for most of the guards, and these pet names soon became the aliases for the guards in the Binocucom.
  • In Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus and Thieves in Time, the guards taunt the player whenever they successfully attack the player.

Start a Discussion Discussions about Guards

  • Favorite Guards from each Sly Game

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    • Sly 1: The weird ones from world 4 who rolled their babies down the hill and the monks from that world Sly 2: Canada ones Sly 3: Holand on...
    • Sly 1: The guard dogs in Mesa City Sly 2: Moose guards in Canada - really all of them Sly 3: Dog pirate guards. Sly 4: Robot wolf guard...

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